Dick Cheney Signs Waterboarding Kit For Sacha Baron Cohen's New Show

Dick Cheney Signs Waterboarding Kit For Sacha Baron Cohen's New Show

Who Is America? is reportedly set to premiere in the U.S. later this month.

When news broke of Sasha Baron Cohen's next project - and that he was taking on Trump and the United States government - to say folk were excited by the prospect was a slight understatement.

[It] appears Cohen's Showtime series will be called Who Is America?

Showtime has announced that Sacha Baron Cohen is returning to the small screen for a brand new comedy series, which is said to be similar in format to Da Ali G Show and is being marketed as "the most risky show in the history of television".

Deadline reports that the show will release on July 15 in the US.

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In the clip, Cohen's voice is heard asking Cheney, "Is it possible for you to sign my waterboard kit?"

If Who Is America? is in fact the title of Cohen's new mysterious program, and if it's the same thing as an unrevealed-yet-teased new series Showtime began promoting (albeit discretely) in late June, then it might be arriving sooner rather than later. "You've been warned", the posters read, while giving us a glimpse at Baron Cohen's new character, peeking out surreptitiously from behind American flags and wearing various types of eyewear. "That's the first time I ever signed a waterboard". The last time he appeared on the big screen was in 2016's Grimsby and Alice Through the Looking Glass.

However, this new TV project - apparently titled Who Is America? - could be just the thing to put him back on top.

Former US Vice-President Dick Cheney has been duped by Ali G creator Sacha Baron Cohen.

There has also been a sighting in the wild of stealth advertising for the show, one of which features the potential title "Who is America?".

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